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Kuroel

Cinema Addict - 2217 Film Ratings

Member Since: Oct 29, 2012

Location: Finland

Bio: "Dusting is a good example of the futility of trying to put things right. As soon as you dust, the fact of your next dusting has already been established." - George Carlin
more Recent Ratings
52 30% Concussion (2015) - Jul 31, 2020
"As a historical semi-biopic, you have to be either factually accurate or dramatically entertaining. You can't not be either."
65 67% The Kissing Booth 2 (2020) - Jul 31, 2020
"I loved the assing-around of Lee and Elle, but the romance between Elle and Noah mainly dragged on and created unnecessary drama based on tired misunderstandings. #teammarco #netflixonthethirdmovieyoubetter.."
43 14% Sufiyum Sujatayum (2020) - Jul 31, 2020
"3rd act slugged along like a granma in quicksand. Timejumps were VERY confusing since no-one appears to have aged between the timelines that are supposedly separated by a decade. SPOILERS Ending felt completely undeserved. The couple have not but resented each other for the past 10 yrs. Both abusive. And they get a happy ending? Pft. For the whole film I felt like the priest was having a case of Lazarus syndrome (perpetuated by the woman's vision of him ascending but falling). Got scammed."
51 28% Stockholm (2018) - Jul 31, 2020
"It's not accurate to real history and to take such liberties with the romantic relationship of Hawke and Rapace's characters, I would have either wanted the romance to grow into something bigger and more meaningful or be dropped all-together. Now it's like a in-between concept crap."
50 25% The Addams Family (2019) - Jul 31, 2020
"I'm not that acquainted with the franchise to have any opinion on how any of the characters were portrayed in this iteration. It's a passable parable on how two different worlds meet, clash and by the end, find harmony. A faint tip of the hat to family expectations and teenage growing pains. Good themes. What bothers me the most is that the characters are over stylized and I did not enjoy the designs at all."
63 61% My Spy (2020) - Jul 31, 2020
"It may be because I haven't seen The Pacifier, The Game Plan, Big Game or other movies of the plot vein of an adult hit-man alliancing with a kid (yeah, I've seen Léon, which is frikken AWESOME, but speaking of the comedy genre of the trope), I found this endearing. Bautista is so huge and scary, it's hilarious seeing him being taken like a ram on a leash by the little girl."
61 54% The Fundamentals of Caring (2016) - Jul 31, 2020
"Absolutely brilliant chemistry between the male leads, but ran too long on the sole premise of cheeky banter between an abled person and a disabled person."
40 11% Peel (2019) - Jul 31, 2020
"Dramatically as boring as the time your aunt told you how she surprisingly met with an old friend at the grocery store and each asked how their families were doing."
25 4% The Revengers' Comedies (1998) - Jul 31, 2020
"Like a really bizarre over-long TV-pilot with back and forth plot points. Bonham Carter sells as the borderline insane man-eater with a vengeance, but things at the end of Neill and Thomas were yawn-inducing. I would have LOVED to see a movie where BC makes Coogan fall for her crazy ass."
44 15% The Butcher's Wife (1991) - Jul 31, 2020
"This movie has the hem sin of many 90's movies. Showing all the tedious and mundane and omitting anything that has dramatic value. If they'd shown how the clairvoyant fell in love with the butcher, focus the first act on that, it would have made all that more gripping to see her question her love and powers at meeting the "other guy" in the second act and falling for him in the third act instead."